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Engineers knew how to build electric cars long before the advent of Tesla Motors. Yet for more than a century, we've mainly relied on the gasoline-powered combustion engine to get us from point A to point B. Why?
Computers are a heat source whose potential has yet to be tapped. The more data they process, the hotter they run. A home desktop PC may only produce enough thermal energy to warm up a small office, but there's data centers have lots of potential.
The Greek government is speeding up its energy transition by promoting wind energy in particular. But resistance to wide-ranging wind farm construction is growing on Evia, a large island near Athens.
Few sectors are as energy-dependent as the aluminum industry. Rising electricity costs are already leading to production cuts.
Russia has shut off Europe's energy tap in response to Western sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine. This has led to skyrocketing energy prices, and the need for alternative approaches in many areas.
Moscow claims that early results from so-called referendums in occupied Ukraine show that most voters favor joining Russia. The Kremlin is expected to use the outcome to annex four regions. Kyiv and its allies say the ballots were shams and are refusing to recognize the results.
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Six million Jewish people were murdered in the Holocaust, more than 1 million of whom were killed at Auschwitz. Almost a quarter of those were children. A new project is underway to preserve the haunting evidence that they left behind.
India's plant-based foods market is in its early stages, but is steadily growing. Companies are trying out new ways to attract consumers.
For two weeks, DW's Laila Abdalla and Shabnam Surita are traveling through Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. Follow their daily updates here!
Japan has held a state funeral for former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was assassinated in July. Leaders and dignitaries from around the world attended the event. But there was also widespread opposition to the funeral due to divisions over Abe's legacy.
A deeply divisive state funeral for former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has gone ahead amidst mourning and protests. We look at Abe's legacy at home and abroad. How an NGO in Pakistan is using makeshift tents to ensure kids displaced by flooding don't miss out on their education. And why Jakarta thinks its a good idea to scare people into taking trains.
At least 1,600 people have died and more than seven million have been displaced in the flooding in Pakistan. Hundreds of thousands are living in the open or in makeshift camps. One aid organization in the city of Quetta has set up a temporary school.
In this episode Ayanda Thabethe talks to interior designer Aluwani Mutamani about African design principles. Plus, beans and rice get an update, African statement pieces and how Creole culture unites on Mauritius.
In the run-up to midterm elections in the United States, Republicans and Democrats are waging a battle over immigration. Republican governors from Texas, Arizona and Florida have sent more than 10,000 migrants to cities run by Democrats.
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